Turn a Quilt Block Into an Autumn Pot Holder

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You Can Also Use the Block in Other Projects!

One pumpkin quilt block makes a charming pot holder to use in your kitchen all autumn long. It’s a wonderful addition to your pot holder collection, and will be fun as a set of two.

Make the pot holder up in your favorite fall colors. Go modern, vintage or primitive in the fabrics and colors you choose.

Pumpkin Pot Holder Pattern

The version shown here, by Carla of Creatin’ In The Sticks, uses a lovely combination of bright prints. Learn more about it here.

Layer, quilt and bind the block, adding a fabric or ribbon hanger. Be sure to add a layer of Insul-Bright batting for heat proofing.

The finished pot holder is about 8″ square.

Click here for the free “EQ7 Seasons Row-A-Long Fall Pumpkins” block tutorial.

You’ll also need the free pattern found here.




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